iOS 14.4: How to label Bluetooth devices as a speaker, headphones, hearing aids, more

iOS 14.4 has arrived for all users and one of the new features is the option to classify your Bluetooth accessories as a specific type of device. Read along for why and how to label Bluetooth devices on iPhone and iPad as a speaker, headphones, hearing aids, and car stereo.

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